Pre-marital Counselling

Premarital counseling helps partners improve their ability to communicate, set realistic expectations for marriage, and develop conflict-resolution skills. Additionally, premarital counseling can help couples establish a positive attitude about seeking help in the future. Historically, premarital counseling has taken place in religious institutions, but an increasing number of non-religious couples are seeking this type of guidance as well. This is mainly because premarital counseling offers significant benefits and can help prevent divorce.


  • Intimacy, affection, and sex
  • Communication skills
  • Finances and money management
  • Expectations, beliefs, and values
  • Children and parenting
  • Decision-making and conflict resolution
  • Dealing with anger and emotions
  • Roles in marriage

Marriage Counselling

Marriage counseling is a type of counseling specifically focused on marriages and relationships. We help couples understand their problems and work on solutions. This is a safe space for couples to discuss their issues openly, addressing the real concerns at hand and expressing their thoughts.

Communication is key when solving marriage problems, and marriage counseling is one of the best ways to improve communication skills, achieve mutual understanding, and determine how to move forward as a couple—or amicably end a marriage, if that is the best choice for the couple.

According to relationship and marriage expert Dr. John Gottman, couples often wait an average of six years of being unhappy before seeking help.

To enjoy a happy and healthy marriage, it is crucial to actively work on it. Don’t wait until it’s too late.

Family Counselling

Family Counseling is designed to identify family patterns contributing to behavior disorders or mental illnesses and to assist family members in breaking these habits. It involves discussion and problem-solving sessions within the family unit. Through family therapy, the intricate web of interpersonal relationships is examined, aiming to strengthen communication and improve overall family functioning.


  • Resolution of family conflicts
  • Strengthened family bonds and connections
  • Support during life transitions
  • Increased self-esteem
  • Improved group dynamics
  • Enhanced communication

Co-dependant Relationships: Understanding and Overcoming

Over the years, codependency has evolved to describe a dysfunctional pattern of living and problem-solving that develops during childhood under the influence of family rules.

One definition of codependency is a set of maladaptive, compulsive behaviors learned by family members to cope with significant emotional pain and stress.

  • Maladaptive: Inability to develop behaviors that meet one’s needs effectively.
  • Compulsive: Psychological state where a person acts against their own will or conscious desires.
  • Sources of great emotional pain and stress: Include chemical dependency, chronic mental illness, chronic physical illness, physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional abuse, divorce, and hypercritical or non-loving environments.

As adults, individuals with codependency tendencies often seek out relationships with partners who may be unreliable, emotionally unavailable, or needy. They tend to take on the role of providing and controlling everything within the relationship while neglecting their own needs and desires, which perpetuates feelings of dissatisfaction.

Healing from codependency is possible. Since it is a learned behavior, it can be unlearned. If you value your relationship and wish to nurture it, focusing on your own healing is essential.


Our Services

We provide the following services:

Business Coaching, Character Education Curriculum, Corporate Workshops & Wellness, Counselling, Life Coaching, Life Skills Coaching, Life Skills Workshops, Neurodiverse Coaching, Neurodiverse Free School Talks, Neurodiverse Information Workshops, Neurodiverse Lagging Skills Assessments, Neurodiverse Teachers Training Workshops, NLP Coaching, Parenting Workshops, Presentations, Talks, Trauma De-briefing, and a free monthly Neurodiverse Support Group Meeting via Zoom.

Send us a message and we’ll work with you to find a time and day for the session that works best for you. If you are unsure of the life skills you require, we may schedule an evaluation. Initial Assessment covers a quick overview of the person’s background, present difficulties, and the skill set needed to overcome difficulties and overcome obstacles that they are encountering personally or professionally.

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